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10. using the sense of a teenage killer. why a judge isaiah sweet should get a chance at parole. >> developing tonight a former cedar rapids police chief is in hot water. the new allegations he is fading. >> the threat of heavy rain is back in the picture. we will tell you when and where in your first weather forecast. >> thousands of iowa students are missing a month of school. your initiative to make sure your kids are goin >> now the corridor top stories and tomorrow's weather first forecast in the first 10 minutes. this is cbs 2 news. >> first today's heat and humidity could trigger storms. >> weather meteorologist terry swails has the latest. >> it looks like we will have weather issues for the next three days. particularly in the northern half of our viewing area. tonight we have a severe thunderstorm watch that has been issued for our northern to
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un you can see oelwein is in there, charles city and decatur. some strong storms after midnight tonight. also a flash flood watch is in effect and this goes out until 7:00 on thursday. all the counties in green are involved in that. so from waterloo to north and west the potential is west for flash flooding for the next few days. looking at the radar thunderstorms are beginning to develop in earnest in south- central minnesota. border. these will turn southeast as we go through the night so heavy rain and severe weather in our northern counties will be a possibility and flash flooding could be a threat as we get into the late-night hours. this region is -- has seen a lot of rain. most of the storms tonight will be in the north and we will tell you with the rest of us under investigation at a florida police force. force.ocala police chief greg
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tonight, ocala city leaders voted to temporarily remove graham from that post pending an investigation into multiple sexual harassment allegations. chief graham has denied any wrongdoing. federal authorities have now charged the new york and new jersey bombing suspect. suspect.ahmad khan rahami is being held on a five-point-two- million-dollar bond. bond.right now - investigators are still combing through rahami's apartment for evidenc. evidence.over the weekend - rahami planted two bombs on the jerseynd nearly 30 were injured during one of the explosions. investigators are now digging into rahami's past.they are looking at trips he made overseas and why he could have possible been radicalized.as of right now - the f-b-i hasn't found any connections to a known terror group. the attacks in new york, new jersey and minnesota have become the focus in the race for president. president.donald trump is
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pushing to strengthen the u-s visa program and have more efficient intelligence gathering.she's also touting her experience as secretary of state.in a recent national poll of registered voters- 51- percent of americans think donald trump would do a better job at fighting terrorism. presidential and vice presidental candidates can't always be everywhere -- so their campaigns send out other people to talk on their behalf. cbs 2 news political reporter and ho kevin barry explains why one clinton supporter is unlike any other. other. if anne holton seems comfortable on stage -- she's been at the center of bigger pieces of history.in the 1970's -- she was one of the first white children to go to a previously black school after desegregation.history paid attention to us because of the history of obstruction from prior southern governors
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republican governor of virginia in a century.her education opened the nation's eyes -- and her own.i had never been with folks who were poor before. i remember kids who thought those hot school lunches were really valuable when i had taken for granted a good meal every day.that sparked a law career -- that ended up with her being a judge -- and later -- advocate -- for kids in the foster care systemthey're strong resiliant kids who when they get over the hump that they're going to take over the world. they've endured things you wouldn't wish on your put up with injured things you would not wish on your worst -- tim kaine -- became hillary clinton's vice presidential pick.clinton's already outlined plans to put 2-billion dollars into schools to reform overly harsh disciplinary systems -- while helping teachers everywhere. what hillary has asked me to do on the trail is listen to teachers, educators, students and bring back feedback....all
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have.covering the corridor in cedar rapids -- kevin barry -- cbs 2 news ten at ten. anne holton is also the only person to be both the daughter and wife of virginia governors. her father was governor in the 1970's -- and tim kaine was governor from 2006 until 20-10. our mission at cbs 2 news is to connect the presidential candidates to our viewers to better inform and empower you. we have reached out to the candidates to participate in extended interviews--not only you. we have reached out to the candidates to take part in extended views not only with us but also our sister stations across the country. we want to hear from you. tell us what you want to know from the candidates. you can share your thoughts by email or facebook. >> that brings us to the question of the day. which candidate do you believe will keep america safe? to cast your vote go to cbs2iowa.com where you will
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>> the man who murdered his grandparents in manchester now has a chance to be released from prison. the iowa supreme court banned mandatory life sentences for juveniles convicted of first- degree murder. isaiah sweet was 17 when he shut his grandparents in the manchester home in 2012. now suite still has a life sentence but with the possibility of parole. although there is no guarantee he will be a free man those who prosecuted the case do not want to take any chances.>> boards come and go and things change but people like isaiah sweet i do not believe will ever change. >> suite now 21 is serving his life sentence in fort madison. >> been county jury will resume deliberations for second full day tomorrow morning. they're working to reach a verdict in the david miller first-degree murder trial. he is accused of beating and strangling sabrina hustad janish in his home last year.
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wife boyfriend more than 30 years ago can be a free man. 57-year-old anthony burtch shot and killed lance dewoody in august 1985. he was charged with murder only this past april after dna testing linkedin to the killing. a judge said that evidence did not match birch. investigators say to what he was dating the estranged wife. his body was found coralville. monitoring device. now ten at ten continues with a look at tonight's other stories across the corridor. right now iowa city leaders are trying to make a plan so more people can afford to live there.in june, they put together 15-affordable housing recommendations.they've had two months to get thoughts from residents and local organizations.now the council is trying to decide which of those recommendations from money to regulations should be
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leaders say university students add to competition for housing here.they hope as more student housing is built, they hope as more student housing is built it will also provide some relief. >> the university of iowa is releasing the results of a campus climate survey on sexual misconduct. to speak out iowa survey was open to all students. those results are expected tomorrow morning. ui also place to share details on eight to your plan to ad dating violence and stocking. >> a big announcement is expected in cedar rapids. there group go cedar rapids tells cbs two news a national conference is coming to town in 2017. leaders say the economic impact of this event goes beyond a one- time conference. you can get the details as soon as they are announced on cbs two news online and on our
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ridge mall. right now a tenant space is being built at the sears site. the gap closed its door and there is a vacant storefront shields. so far no far about new stores but there is a growing trend to set -- felt experience rather than toys or close. >> a consumer alert for you to know about. a lot is of a goat nutri grain whole wheat waffles because of a possible listeria contamination. the voluntary recall includes products sold in iowa. the company says it has not received reports of illness but is doing the recall out of caution. kellogg's is asking those who bought the waffles to throw them away and contact the company for a full refund. that is cbs two news 10 at 10
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first 10 minutes. >> still to come filling the fitness prescription. new evidence that a simple workout they have healing powers. >> some potent thunderstorms have erupted in minnesota. those will be visiting our northern counties. we also have a flash flood and show you
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>> usually that pink signify something good but not tonight. >> if you are in color tonight it's not a good thing. here we go. we are starting with severe thunderstorm watch. you can see the counties in pink are involved in that and they are where. it does include places like the wind, fayette, elkader, the core and charles city. you are in the severe thunderstorm watch. the morning. another issue is the potential for heavy rain from thunderstorms that could come through on a regular basis the next two or three days. the ground is saturated across our northern counties. there are places around the core that have had 40 ages of rain this year and the ground is saturated. the rivers and streams are running at high levels. it would not take much to have flash flooding. if you are in the green counties that will be a threat
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thursday evening. here's the radar. there's nothing in north eastern iowa yet. thunderstorms are developing in south-central minnesota. you can see them near mankato. they are cranking out lightning and heavy rain. they are expected to develop more to the south east. these will be coming to that northern and eastern counties and you can see the storms have produced a lot of heavy rain fall. there's one to 2 inches
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from the terrorism alert desk in washington, i'm michelle marsh coalition forces in iraq have launched an offensive to retake an isis stronghold -- about 60 miles away from mosul. clearing the town is an important step in liberating the last major city in iraq under isis control. control.in france, police have arrested eight more people in connection with the attack in nice.all eight had links to the attacker who killed 86 people.five other people are already behind bars in connection to and, syria's military - and russia's military - are both denying targeting an aid convoy in aleppo.airstrikes hit the convoy overnight, in what was supposed to be a humanitarian ceasefire. at least twenty aid workers were killed, and precious supplies dd destroyedfrom the terrorism alert desk, i'm michele marsh. destroyedfrom the terrorism alert desk, i'm michele marsh.
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across party lines to help real people, with real problems. we've passed twenty-seven bills so far, each with bipartisan support. under chuck grassley's leadership, the committee has passed legislation that helps: promote adoption. aid families battling drug addiction. protect victims of child pornography and human trafficking. protect kids from sex offenders. hold sponsors of terrorism accountable. modernize criminal justice laws. we've already accomplished more in this congress than in the last one, and we still have time to do more. a georgetown university study named chuck grassley one of the top five senators working across party lines. grassley works.
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spiritual well-being also plays into it. exercise can help improve all those areas. >> next year the nih will release the groundbreaking
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is to provide to americans that exercise is in fact medicine. >> coming up in sports it wasn't nbc clash on the courts. xavier bounce back after its first loss of the season. cbs news connects with corridor . you can connect with us on facebook whyi wanna see if it changed.dit score? credit scores don't change that much, do they? really? i'll take it. sir, your credit... -is great right?
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ah, i'd better check my credit score. here, try credit karma. it's free. all right. no more surprises. credit karma. give yourself some credit. the older we get, the more we measure quality of life by the numbers. so when washington politicians like rod blum keep voting to raise social security's retirement age to 70, it's time to pay attention. for years, he's pressed to privatize social security, risking seniors' guaranteed benefits on the stock market. and blum even supports cutting social security benefits. that's a plan for our seniors that doesn't add up for iowa. house majority pac is responsible
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"it's >> and now cbs 2 sports with zach hanley. >> it's painful when you lose. there is no way around it. sundays are not fun after a loss. the key thing is you learn from what you see. >> that's been i was focused since sunday's film session. learn from your mistakes. pat moroney are not taking lately as they head into 10 big play this weekend. >> the players and coaches are not used to and in the first time into these are the hawkeyes have to bounce back from a regular-season loss. priority number one is correcting last week's mistake in time for rutgers on saturday. >> we use it as motivation. we have to be resilient and
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game. >> there's no time in the season to do well. we have to move forward. you cannot let a game picchu. >> nothing is worse than a disappointing loss that may be this is good for iowa. >> there are hard lessons to come from that and good lessons that come with it. it was a shakeup first to understand what we need to do. >> it's good to get the bad >> the hawks have been knocked over but not knocked down. their eyes are still on the championship in our sights - that's still one of our ultimate goals - north dakota state is in the past - we've put that away - we're already two practices into rutgers - so that's who our entire focus is on right now yes this is a conference game - but there's not one bit of history or tradition between iowa and rutgers - these two teams - have never played each other - in iowa city - pat moroney -
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the xavier volleyball team started the year with 18 straight wins -- on saturday they team did something they haven't done all season -- lose -- now the task for the saints -- is to bounce back xavier hosting iowa city west -- first set -- women of troy on the attack -- maddie faye sets up colby green -- and maddie fei sets up goal and she has perfect placement. just inside the line for the saints would answer. ellen mcdermott gets a little help from the net. she finds the whole but west to strong to knock out fei. just down the street on 42nd just down the street on 42nd gets up to get down for the killthe little hawks would answer -- shannon stamp --
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ranked 6th in the state for a reason -- the cougars find paige frank with the cross court set -- and she drops the hammer -- kennedy wins it in straight sets. that's a check of sports.terry is back with a final look at
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woman: huh. congressman blum is a tea party member. we've shut down the government before. woman: blum voted to cut social security. we've got to raise the retirement age. then there's monica vernon... a hardworking mom. started a small business while raising three daughters. she'll fight for equal pay for equal work. monica vernon gets it. vernon: i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message.
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y226ty y12fy >> terry is back with us now. some of you may hear and see lightning and thunder rolled through tonight. >> especially if you are in the northern county. the main focus should be from highway 20 to the north. here's our severe thunderstorm watch. as we mentioned earlier if you are in a color that is not a good thing. think is severe thunderstorm watch. it's our far northern two-tiered counties.
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and places like that. here's our flash flood watch. this goes till 7:00 thursday night. it's in the same general area up there but this does include waterloo. that's the area that has seen so much rain. it keeps coming every week. the ground is saturated and the streams and rivers are running high. it would not take much to flash flooding. here are the thunderstorms we are concerned about. they are in minnesota. here's the lightning associated with them. those have started to explode. those should start going southeast and go into the northern tier counties after midnight. that's the area that will see the storms tonight. we don't expect much in the central or
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think...
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